ROLL CALL: More Hollywood Couples Move To Splitsville!
First Published: November 24, 2010 3:48 PM EST Credit: WireImage
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Jennifer Jason Leigh – “Single (Again) White Female”: The Hollywood pilgrimage to Splitsville continues! The town’s newest residents being Jennifer Jason Leigh and director Noah Baumbach, who filed for divorce after five years, People reports. The actress filed, citing irreconcilable differences, in Los Angeles Superior Court on November 15. Jennifer is reportedly asking for spousal support and custody of their son, Rohmer.
It’s A “Long December” For Adam Duritz & Emmy Rossum: And living next door to Jennifer and Noah in Splitsville will be Emmy Rossum and Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz, who split after a year of making sweet music together, USA Today reports. The actress told the paper they split two months ago, adding, “we’re still very close friends.” Maybe it’s time Adam rekindled his relationship with Jennifer Aniston, or one of the bevy of other Hollywood beauties he’s dated in the past!?
Snooki Moving To Hollywood?: Our favorite reality show cherub, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, has moving plans too – but she’s headed to the City of Angels! Radar Online reports that the “Jersey Shore” star is heading for Hollywood. “We were talking at her birthday party, and she said she just thought Los Angeles was a more mellow, cool place to live,” said a Radar source, who attended one of Snooki’s birthday bashes in New York over the weekend. “She obviously loves home, but she feels California would be better because of the people. She’s kind of ready to get away New Jersey and make a change.” Snooki, Roll Call can’t wait to take you for a pickle in Venice!
Happy Thanksgiving!: Roll Call would like to leave our loyal readers with a glimpse of one of our favorite turkeys… we see London, we see France, we see – oh wait, Paris Hilton’s not wearing any underpants. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
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